3 simple ways you can treat problem skin

3 simple ways you can treat problem skin

If you’ve woken up to yet another spot, or your face has broken out in a rash you may want to go back to bed and pull the duvet over your head. Often when skin problems arise there is an underlying cause, whether it’s hormonal or the products you’re using irritating your skin, sometimes switching your skincare routine can make all the difference. Here’s 3 simple ways to treat problem skin.

Suffer from blemishes?

If your skin is prone to breakouts it’s probably because your pores are getting blocked. If you’re using a lot of oils or heavy creams they may be too much for your skin to cope with resulting in a overproduction of spots.

So what can do you do about it?

3 simple ways you can treat problem skin

Products that contain salicylic acid are great for helping to unclog pores and to treat problem skin. Charcoal also works by absorbing excess oil and dirt.
Try Super Facialist Salicylic acid anti blemish purify and refresh facial scrub (£8.99 at Boots

Dry skin getting you down?

Dry skin can be so frustrating, especially in winter when it seems to strike the most. When your skin is dry it is lacking in the natural oils and moisture that keep it looking great. Often things like hot showers, central heating can hit the skin hardest and that’s why dry skin is so prone in winter.

So what can you do about it?

3 simple ways to treat problem skin no7 beautiful skin night cream for dry skin

Cleansing the skin with water can rid it of its natural oils. Use a intensive oil based product which will add to your skin’s natural oil production and keep skin feeling smooth.
Try No7 Beautiful Skin night cream for dry skin (£13.50 at Boots

Redness affecting your confidence?

Skin redness often stems from irritation. You could be using a product that contains chemicals that your skin is adverse to resulting in unwanted redness.

So what can you do about it?

no7 beautiful skin night cream for dry skin

Cleansers that contain a lot of foam can often irritate the skin due to the chemicals the lather can disperse. Use a foam free cleanser that doesn’t use sulphates to avoid unnecessary redness.
Try Clarins Water Purify one step cleanser (£21.00 at John Lewis

3 simple ways to treat problem skin

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